NEW YORK — A United Nations panel recently released an alarming report that warned of increasingly worse heat waves, droughts, and more flooding in the coming decades, even if we act now to cut back on greenhouse gas emissions.
Extreme weather has been seen across the country this summer, including in the major heat waves in New York City. New York's largest power utility, Con Edison, says it takes climate change seriously and is working to adapt. The company’s CEO, Timothy Cawley, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on "Inside City Hall' on Thursday evening to discuss Con Ed's climate planning and more.
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Watch the full interview above.
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